November 7, 2005
RemObjects Software is proud to announce the immediate availability of Chrome 1.5, the latest version of its next generation Object Pascal Compiler for the Microsoft .NET and Novell Mono platforms that combines the elegance of Pascal with the power of the Common Language Runtime.
Version 1.5 is an important step in the evolution of Chrome, enhancing the language with new features such as full support for Generics, Nullable Types and Iterators, and providing more IDE productivity enhancements such as Sync Rename and Auto Member Declaration.
Chrome 1.5 also provides full support and integration with the new Visual Studio 2005, launched today by Microsoft, enabling Chrome users to leverage all the features of the new IDE and the new .NET 2.0 Framework. Chrome 1.5 integrates with the new Visual Web Developer project system included with Visual Studio 2005, which makes Chrome a first class language for ASP.NET 2.0 development.
-- What's New in Chrome 1.5 --
New feature highlights include:
* Nullable Types
* Enhanced Constructor Calls
* Type Inference
* Full support for Visual Studio 2005
* Full support for .NET 2.0, 32 and 64 bit.
Check out http://www.chromesville.com?chrome15 for a detailed overview of the new features.
-- Availability --
Chrome 1.5 is available in two editions: Chrome for Visual Studio and as a free Command Line Edition.
Chrome 1.5 is a free update for existing users of version 1.0.
Please visit http://www.chromesville.com for more information, trial download and purchase.
The RemObjects Team